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is now suing the city for $15 million. the san francisco chronicle reports the federal civil rights lawsuit named the city of walnut creek and four unidentified officers. police shot and killed a 20-year-old hairstylist after a report of a fight with his roommate. they say banta was armed with a kitchen knife and charged at officers. in san francisco, three people are in the hospital after they were seriously hurt in a morning traffic accident south of market. it happened near ninth and brannon streets. a tow truck collided with a pickup. the impact slammed the tow truck right into the side of a building in front of the
northern parted. we spoke to a woman who saw it happen. >> the driver of the towing truck was hurt very badly. he was thrown out of his cab onto the sidewalk. >> the pickup ended up into a park lot. they had to sues the saws of life to get them out. >> home prices in the city increased more than 12 1/2% in november compared to a year ago. that is according to the case schiller index one of the most widely watched price gauges. san francisco saw the second biggest increase in the nation behind only phoenix where places jumped 23%. san francisco niners faced media day in new orleans this morning. this is the chance for reporters to get a glimpse of the lighter side of the athletes leading up
to the big game and a chance for the media to get up to question alex smith. >> to be starting and playing but it's a blessing to be in the superbowl. so enjoying it. we have a great team and great group of guys, loving it. kaepernick says it's weird being the center of attention. he was slammed by hundreds of reporters asking from everything how she dealing with the heightened propensity to the rice a-roni jingle. 49er fans are indulging food the city is famous for. katie marzullo is o hot on the trail. your mouth may water at the words alone. >> red beans, catfish, shrimp,
rice for the beans. >> they know the new orleans palatte inside and out. >> you will see in people eating crawfish. shrimp season is year around. we are well into oyster season. raw oysters on the half shell. >> seafood as far as the eye can see and so much more for 49er fans. >> i am from the bay area, santa cruz. >> over a fried catfish, he says he now lives in burbank and in new orleans for work. >> since we're staying in the same hotel. they were coming in and out and i had a couple. >> over another table, over in florida. >> like joe montana and others. >> they are happy to droo host
the 49er fans and wouldn't mind if somebody stopped by, too. >> we like kaepernick. >> the crew over here got a sweet treat when coach jim harbaugh came by. just another delicious example of what new orleans has to offer. >> fat free and low-carb. >> unfortunately, none of that is true, but the portions are huge. i couldn't finish by breakfast. taking this to go, keep in mind this fast i have feast only costs 3.99. >> companies are caught up early in superbowl frenzy. some have released their superbowl ads in a shifting new strategy. live in san francisco where advertisers new playbook. you know it's a superbowl
strategy which appears to be working but some companies like budweiser prefer secrecy before their game day ads. this billboard can be seen if you are coming off the bay bridge. but companies want them to watch their ads. >> its money maker. >> thank goodness i put it on line first. >> a glimpse of some of the commercials you will be seeing. this is gor go daddy.com. >> no worries, everything will be all right! >> some advertisers are releasing their superbowl ads more than a week ahead of the big game. kyle love getting a sneak peek. >> i think it's great. >> youtube says ads that ran online last year got an average of 9 million views. those companies that waited until game day got an average of 1.3 million views. they say that is a big deal. >> our study shows about 30% of
americans actually seeking out ads a week before the game. obviously you are getting impressions. >> some old school fans don't want any policyers before the game. >> i think that ruins it actually. it's the excitement every year of what crazy things they are going to come out with to sell their businesses and -- that is why i watch it. i think it's a big spoiler. >> reporter: the same ad executives say they will rewatch their favorite ads after the game. 30 seconds of air time during the superbowl will cost $4 million. >> kristen: thank you. we're we tweeting at abc7news.com. we are fully covering the superbowl for you. larry beil and mike shumann and
wayne freedman is also in new orleans. you can see their reports on abc7 news all week long. still ahead, breaking news in canadian, in quebec, the rescue operation and live pictures and what this is we have workers caught in a landslide. we'll bring you the latest. and a soldier who lost his arms and legs received a double arm strans plant. what he is saying about the extraordinary medical procedure.
>> kristen: breaking news in quebec. this is a live picture where we have a rescue operation under way right now. this is north of montreal. you can just see a truck on its side buried in debris. one worker is hurt and two others are missing. crews were working with the ground suddenly gave way and two vehicles fell several hundred feet. >> major league baseball says they are disappointed after a miami perform enhance enhancing drugmaker and including players, alex rodriguez. they were responding to a story that of the rod purchased drugs from a south miami firm called biogensis. the clinic recently close.
a former employee linked players to the drugs. other players include former san francisco giant short storm melky cabrera and bartolokoe lone. >> a soldier that lost all four limbs in a iraq side bombing looks forward to get new arms. he survived the loss of four limbs. he was joined by the surgeons this morning that performed the double arm transplant at jobs hopkins in baltimore. >> i can pretty much move. i can rotated a little bit. this arm is pretty much not much movement at all, not yet at laoef7 but we're hopeful for the future. >> kristen: the military is
sponsoring operations like this. at least 300 have lost hands and arms in the war. that is incredible. >> that type of trauma is something to look forward to. >> we have something to look forward to if you like it warm. >> warm sunshine. we open up the weather window. those are going to be long distance memory and how warm it will get. but a couple chances of frost. >> before you chow down on superbowl sunday. a new warning about fried food and the danger it could pose to a certain group of people.
he is expected to lay out his vision for comprehensive immigration legislation including a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants, latinos make up more than a quarter of the population of nevada and they voted for president obama by a two to one margin last fall. >> a warning this morning for men who like to eat a lot of fried foods. researchers say men who heated donuts, fried chicken and fish at least once a week 30% more likely to develop prostate cancer. they are linked to more aggressive forms of the disease. the increased risk may lie in the oil that can make possibly carcinogenic problems. >> echo summit, a lack of wayne have rain in the past week brought the pack down to 97% on
friday. officials currently estimated they will only be deliver 40% of the wait that public agencies are requesting this year. we know we need a good storm. the question is, is there wouldn't horizon? >> not in the next two weeks. we need a couple more and the lookout for february is for us to be warmer than average and probably warmer than average. this time last winter we were 30-35%. we need to make up. let's show you what is going on. as expected for the high clouds are going to thin out and bring us a sunny afternoon we talked about as we look from emeryville back to the west. we have more vantage point. here you go, from the east bay hills camera and hills and valleys. over toward mount diablo. clouds are thicker as you head off to the east, that is where the whole storm system is moving. here is a look at live doppler
7-hd, clouds starting to break up. no radar returns. air is dry. this morning we do have a little bit of wind but you can see where it was sheltered. places like livermore and san jose. some of the cooler spots, 39 at concord and 40s just about everywhere and almost 50 at half moon bay. 52 down one of the warmer spots. 55 at santa rosa. still in the upper 40s in napa and down towards livermore. we have temperatures in the low 50s around the monterey bay and inland. thin clouds, a lot of sunshine. breezy at the coast. mostly clear and it will be cooler tonight and looks like we'll have mild temperatures all the way through into the weekend. 56 one of cooler spots, and we'll jump up to 51 for the warm spot. monterey bay, temperatures in the mid to upper 50s there and
upper 50s as you head inland. tonight, could be keeper than this morning. scattered frost in inland valleys. 33 at our reporting station in napa but the neighborhoods are cooler than that. 46 in san francisco, one of the warm spots. here is what is happening. players on the map, high pressure to the east. one to the west we're more concerned with that. that is going to shove this cold pocket of air and the high clouds with it off to the east. we'll have high clouds today but more sunshine tomorrow and warmest temperatures around wednesday, thursday and friday and more high clouds and higher than will move off. we'll see a cooling trend for the weekend. here is the seven-day forecast. mid 50s to around 60 today. low to mid-60s tomorrow. mainly mid-60s for thursday and friday. you can see slightly cooler weather on saturday and sunday. small chance of rain on monday but a better chance will roll in on wednesday. even then, it's not a big storm that will make up for the
deficit this month. hopefully february won't be dry also. >> keep looking. >> kristen: fingers cross. thanks, mike. >> kim and courtney kardashian join jimmy kimmel. he took aim at the rising price of postage stamps. >> they raised the price yesterday. stamps are something the pilgrims used before we had the internet. i wish the post office would start charging us for e-mail. >> kristen: jimmy kimmel airs here at the new time. "nightline" comes right on after jimmy. still ahead a nerve-racking stunt in florida. imagine being 200 feet over a
highway without a net. >> my guest today is one of my all time favorites, drew barrymore, we all watched her grow up on the screen and hugely successful actor and producer and a leading role model for women. i will be talking to her about new baby and new business venture. she is helping women looking their best. plus we'll have a surprise for some of the biggest fans, new moms, as well.
gets an from the city. then we're live in new orleans for superbowl media day and catch up with the new famous girlfriend from a quarterback, remember her? the job she is doing superbowl week. google has just released first detailed maps of one of the world's most secretive nations, north korea. it shows golf courses to detention camps. the company says it relied on information from north korean citizens living outside the country. vast majority can't access google. the company's chairman made a visit to north korea earlier this month. >> finally a famous daredevil has done it again. take a look, hold your breath. there is tightrope walker nick
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